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Beware Millenials! Colon Cancer is on the rise in your generation



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Carlin Rafie, Kristi Seay

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Colorectal cancer rates are declining in people over the age of 50, however there is an alarming trend of rising colorectal cancer rates in younger adults. Kristi Seay, MSN, RN, CGRN, an endoscopy nurse with 30 years experience, provides an overview of trends related to colorectal cancer rates in people under 50 years of age, symptoms, potential causes, recommendations for action, and case study examples in this webinar.

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Publication Date

October 5, 2023